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A Guide to the Urban Renewal Collection of Mary Bishop

FILES

UrbanRenewal.pdf
Street By Street.pdf
Racial Remapping.pdf
InvisibleInnerCityPart1.pdf
InvisibleInnerCityPart2.pdf
InvisibleInnerCityPart3.pdf
InvisibleInnerCityPart4.pdf
InvisibleInnerCityPart5.pdf

Dublin Core

Title

A Guide to the Urban Renewal Collection of Mary Bishop

Description

This collection is housed in three record storage boxes. Content consists of all of Mary Bishop’s research for “Street by Street, Block by Block: How Urban Renewal Uprooted Black Roanoke”. The collection is arranged into four series:
• Series I: Neighborhoods – consists of any notes, correspondence, news clippings, interviews with residents, neighborhood plans, maps, memoranda and news releases and historical information.
• Series II: Related Research – consists of information on other urban renewal initiatives across the country, including publications, news clippings, contacts, city demographics,
• Series III: Organizations – consists of information related to the organizations involved, either as advocates for or opponents of urban renewal, including general information on the organizations, financial statements, notes from meetings, correspondence, interview notes and records.
• Series IV: Projects – information regarding Bishop’s urban renewal projects, including speaking engagements, editorials, proofs of story for “Street by Street”, reader’s response to “Street by Street”, photographs used in the story and information related to Bishop’s “Invisible Inner City”.

Creator

Roanoke Public Libraries

Publisher

Roanoke Public Libraries

Relation

"Street by Street, Block by Block: How Urban Renewal Uprooted Black Roanoke" and "Racial Remapping: How City Leaders Bulldozed Black Neighborhoods" by Mary Bishop and "The Invisible Inner City" (in 5 parts) by Mary Bishop and S.D. Harrington.

Format

pdf

Type

Text

Identifier

UrbanRenewal

Citation

Roanoke Public Libraries, “A Guide to the Urban Renewal Collection of Mary Bishop,” Virginia Room Digital Collection, accessed September 17, 2019, http://www.virginiaroom.org/digital/document/UrbanRenewal.